tshirt help

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by nospinzone, May 9, 2007.

  1. nospinzone

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  3. nospinzone

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    it needs to be a tshirt

    basically tight and long
     


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    You should probably provide a price cap before Kabbaz gets another chance to post.
     


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    Price range...... not more then 30 per shirt.

    Anyways I have been surfing the net and came across this shirt. The length looks correct as do the length of the sleeves. The shirt also looks tight. This is what I am looking for but I understand pictures can be deceiving. I looked at another site with the same shirt but a different guy wearing it and it looked to me that the shirt was 5-7inches smaller!!! If anyone can bring light towards a tee I would really appreciate it.



    http://www.barenecessities.com/Calvi...1_,search,.htm
     


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    I was searching for something similar recently, slim fitting but extra long. After searching here for a while, I came across a recommendation for Saks house brand Supima cotton undershirts. I'm into my first pack now but I've heard that they shrink quite a bit. Other than the possibility of shrinkage, they're exactly what I've been looking for.
     


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